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KY Meteogologist’s Boyfriend Proposes on Live TV – Are Public Proposals Cute or Cringy?

When it comes to proposals, you could say I have had some experience. Not doing the actual proposing, but being proposed two. It's not like I'm some great catch or anything, I've just had two husbands who both proposed totally different. I think that is why when I saw recent public marriage proposals, on social media, I could relate and wanted to see what you thought of private marriage proposals versus public marriage proposals.
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This Artist Paints The Most Iconic Spots In Kentucky And His Work Belongs On Your Walls

The best way to experience the most beautiful places throughout Kentucky is to see them with your own eyes. Our state has an abundance of natural beauty, but there is also eye-catching charm in our historic barns, iconic restaurants, and quirky places that give the Bluegrass its character. If you’ve been lucky enough to see […] The post This Artist Paints The Most Iconic Spots In Kentucky And His Work Belongs On Your Walls appeared first on Only In Your State.
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KY students called to explore state’s important water resources in Jim Claypool art, writing contests

Kentucky students can learn about the fundamental need for water, how activities and behaviors affect its quality and ways they can make a difference through this year’s Jim Claypool Art and Conservation Writing contests. The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, in cooperation with the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts and...

R-rated Alcatraz-themed circus comes to Northern Kentucky

FLORENCE, Ky. (WKRC) - Cirque Italia has returned to the Florence Mall, but this time with a brand new prison-themed performance. “This is an all new, unique, immersive prison experience,” performer Steve Copeland said. “It’s more than just a circus. There is theater, sexy cabaret dancing, and I also do some unsexy dancing as well.”

Louisville Artist John Brooks On Being Featured In The New Yorker, Expanding Beyond Kentucky

Artist John Brooks’ show, “We All Come and Go Unknown” was on display at the Moremen Gallery from the end of July through late August. In the collection of paintings, Brooks explores themes of identity and queerness through images of himself, famous people like Marlene Dietrich, James Baldwin and Nick Jonas. This show was written up recently in The New Yorker, and here at LEO, we think that’s a pretty wonderful shout out to a local artist with a show of work well deserving of such attention.

Louisville theater festival spotlights Kentucky playwrights and actors

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Local playwrights and actors are shining during a Kentucky theater festival. Ten-Tucky Theatre Festival is now playing at Louisville's Bard's Town Theatre. Kentucky homegrown actors and playwrights are returning to the stage in what may be the unique theater experience in the commonwealth. It's called "Ten-Tucky." “Four...
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Kentucky library offers unique reading program for kids

It's a scene straight out of a children's book. An unusual four-legged friend is inspiring kids to find a love for reading. The Cynthiana-Harrison Public Library in Cythiniana, Kentucky, about 40 miles outside of Lexington, is helping kids discover a passion for reading in a unique way. The library is getting some help from a horse.

Hammer-In to be held October 16 at Kentucky Museum

The Kentucky Museum is thrilled to announce the return of Hammer-In, an outdoor festival celebrating metal working traditions of Kentucky. Sponsored by Logan Aluminum and the Kentucky Humanities Council, this year’s event will be held on October 16th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kentucky Museum and features an expanded roster of demonstrators and speakers.

Students are barking, acting like dogs at Northern Kentucky middle school

BURLINGTON, Ky. — Students are barking and dressing like dogs at a Northern Kentucky school, causing a distraction in the classroom. School officials say TikTok is to blame. In a statement posted to its social media pages Sunday, officials with Camp Ernst Middle School in Burlington said they are noticing an uptick in TikTok trends in the classroom, causing a distraction.